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G2 Esports CS:GO Player KennyS Shares His Thoughts About The Retirement Of The Legendary Players

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One of the greatest AWP players of all time, Kenny “kennyS” Schrub is a 24-year-old French CS:GO player who has been representing G2 Esports for over two years. In his career, he earned around $650.000 from the events.

During the recent interview with hltv.org, KennyS has shared his thought about the legendary players’ retirement from the scene as a player: Edouard “SmithZz” Dubourdeaux and Kevin “Ex6TenZ” Droolans.

hltv.org asked:

“It was recently announced that SmithZz had decided to retire, while Ex6TenZ is going into coaching. You go back way back to VeryGames with the two, what was your reaction to the news?”

KennyS replied:

“I don’t know how I feel, to be honest. One thing I do know is that both of them were very important to my career. Ex6TenZ was the first leader who trusted me professionally, he taught me pretty much everything I know. I was a bit sad for them because I know what they can bring to a team, I know their input and the way they see the game; they’re smart.

I come from the VeryGames school, so I learned so much from Ex6TenZ on VeryGames, Titan, and even G2 two years ago. For me, Ex6TenZ will always remain a player. He helped to mould me; I tried to learn as much as possible from other players and everything I saw.”

KennyS added:

“SmithZz is also someone who taught me a lot, he was the best AWPer in the world during Source and he taught me a couple of things that were very helpful to me. He helped me make sure that my style was not only aggressive but more complete, I would say. I will definitely miss them, and, to be honest, I would love to see Ex6TenZ as a coach. I think he will do great at the job and I wish them all the best in life because they are both amazing people.”

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